Colo. districts turn to private schools to educate students with autism

08/3/2009 | Denver Post, The

The 4-year-old Joshua School in Englewood, Colo., is the state's only private school for children with autism that is currently receiving state and district education funds. However, as Colorado struggles to offer special education for a growing number of students with autism, officials anticipate turning to more private institutions to supplement or replace public-school programs.

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